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Making Wildflower Babies in March!!

Congratulations! You’ve decided to embrace the magical world of wildflowers! You’re completely psyched and can barely wait to welcome pollinators and beneficial bugs to your beautiful backyard blooms. But wait! It’s almost April! Is it too late? Not by a … Continue reading

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Oh Happy Day !!

Oh Happy Day! Fall is a complicated time emotionally for most of us. Autumn begins with the upbeat excitement of new beginnings; that start-of–the-school-year feeling mingled with the crisp air and colour explosions of autumn. Then, a certain darkness descends. … Continue reading

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Change is hard…or is it?

Most of the people who call into Wildflower Farm to discuss Eco-Lawn want to know one thing right off the hop:  I have a water-sucking, summer-browning, mow-intensive lawn already, what am I supposed to do with it? When we advise them … Continue reading

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“Sod off!”

I’ve started watching a new show on Netflix.  Suggested for me because I’m a devout Sherlock fan and watched the excellent, but gruesome, Hannibal series, was a show called Luther.  Being a British show, you get to hear some of … Continue reading

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My Lawn Obsession

I don’t own a house – I rent. It’s a humble home surrounded by sugar maple trees and a few pines. There is no backyard as the old maples have taken over; the side yard would be the equivalent of … Continue reading

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